Spring is a tough season to try to subsist on garden vegetables, but it IS possible to do pretty well with salad greens and herbs.
Read more: Deconstructing a ‘Zero Mile’ salad
Atina Diffley is the neighbor we didn’t know we had! Her new book, Turn Here Sweet Corn, is heart-felt, heart-warming, heart-stopping, and in the end heart-soaring! Ms. Diffley is clearly a poet speaking from her heart and yet has a steel backbone when it comes to meeting the challenges of nature, changing land use, and encroachment by the world’s most notorious polluters, Koch Industries.
Read more: Turn Here Sweet Corn by Atina Diffley
It is inevitable! If there is a need, there will be an “App for That!” The latest is ScanAvert for folks – or their children – with food allergies, intolerances, and diabetes and taking certain medications that preclude certain foods.
Read more: Avoiding Allergens – There’s an App for That!
Overwhelmed by bread options at the grocery store? How about lettuce? You’re bound to find 10 different options just for romaine lettuce, and more for bread, water, cheese, broccoli — everything! Do you simply guess which product to buy?
Read more: Marion Nestle Helps You Decide ‘What To Eat’ (Audio)
This is a regular favorite in the Kailing household! We do it vegan, vegetarian, or with meat – depends on what’s in the fridge. Because it takes 3 1/2 to 4 hours to prepare, bake and serve – the recipe makes enough for two pizzas – I freeze half and then we can have a quick pizza dinner the next go ‘round.
Read more: Kailing’s Italian-Style Pizza
Just because you are forgoing gluten, doesn’t mean you can’t have pie. And who says apple pie has to have a “top?” This is an easy-to-make, tasty dessert. Make it using organic apples, fair trade sugar, organic butter, and farm fresh eggs.
Read more: Gluten-Free Apple Crostata